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Lindisfarne syndicate, mystery Tasmanian each win $3.75 million in weekend lotto

Pulse Tasmania
A TattsLotto ticket. Image / Stock

A mystery Tasmanian is yet to check their ticket and discover their $3.75 million prize after two Tasmanians scored division one winning entries in the weekend’s TattsLotto draw.

Each of the winning entries in Saturday’s draw will take home $3.75 million, with one going to a syndicate from Lindisfarne.


The trio bought their ticket at D’s Village News & Lotto and are reportedly in “a bit of shock”.

“We play together every week and always get an unregistered entry,” the long-running syndicate’s leader said.

Lindisfarne. Image / Stock

“There’s so much we could do with our share of the prize. Holidays, new car, etc… We all need to have a deep think about it.”

The search is on for another new multi-millionaire, with an unregistered ticket bought from the Smithton Newsagency also striking it rich.

Smithton Newsagency. Image / Stock

Smithton Newsagency owner Paul Bramich said he couldn’t be more excited to have a sold division one winning entry, having not sold a top-winning ticket in seven years.

“We’re so pleased for our community and we can’t imagine how life-changing it would be to win an amount like this,” he said.


“We’re located in a small tight-knit community and we just know this winning news would make a lot of people happy.”

The Lott spokesperson Anna Hobdell said she hoped the latest division one winner checked their ticket and came forward soon.

“This winner is likely oblivious to the fact they’ve become a newly minted millionaire in the weekend’s TattsLotto draw,” she said.

“We’re urging anyone who purchased a TattsLotto ticket from Smithton Newsagency to check their tickets today.”

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